Serving up Jamaican cuisine with a twist and live jazz music, there is just something irresistible about Redbones Blues Cafe. Without a doubt, this is the hippest cafe in Kingston.
Owners Evan and Betsy Williams jazz up standard Jamaican dishes to give them a new twist. You could order a "bammy," a cassava dish crowned with sautéed shrimp or a platter of stuffed crab backs, a delectable selection on a tri-colour salad. Or you could relish a spinach callaloo with cream cheese encased in a divine strudel or seafood pasta which is laden with shrimp, lobster and salmon in a creamy coconut sauce. The star attraction in the menu is spicy lamb chops in a guava glaze.
Redbones Blues Cafe is a pub that serves Caribbean and Jamaican dishes. Anticipate and dress for a dining experience that is informal. This dining option's open during both dinner and lunch, so consider giving it a try one day.
Set in yellow and peach hues, Redbones is a lively place to dine at. Fashioned from a former Spanish colonial house, the restaurant walls are adorned with jazz greats. It has a cosy bar, the ceiling studded with records. Live jazz is always going on.
Located in Portmore, Redbones Blues Cafe is at 1 Argyle Road.
Redbones Blues Cafe accepts American Express, Master Card, and Visa.
Location: 1 Argyle Road, Portmore, Jamaica
Phone: (876) 978-6091
Secondary Phone: (876) 978-8262
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